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Masayuki Nakamura Masayuki Nakamura ... Chimatsu Takeshi
Noriko Matsumoto Noriko Matsumoto ... Yamaguchi Atsuko
Yukiji Asaoka Yukiji Asaoka ... Chimatsu Shizu, Takeshi's mother
Mikio Ohsawa Mikio Ohsawa ... Namban To Rai
Shinobu Horie Shinobu Horie ... Chimatsu Asagi
Mizue Morita Mizue Morita ... Sexy Maya
Yumi Shiina Yumi Shiina ... Tashiro Keiko
Sumio Aida Sumio Aida ... Ayasugi Kyoko
Hiroyuki Watanabe ... Katsuragi Katsuo
Bîto Kiyoshi Bîto Kiyoshi ... Panty thief
Shinji Yamashita Shinji Yamashita ... Murase
Manabu Jingunji Manabu Jingunji ... Dan
Akira Okura Akira Okura ... Policeman A
Takeshi Yoshida Takeshi Yoshida ... Policeman B
Shôhei Yamamoto Shôhei Yamamoto ... Magenamu no Tetsuji
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Japanese

Release Date:

15 February 1986 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

The samurai See more »

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Silly fun
24 September 2000 | by sharptongueSee all my reviews

Plot : Takeshi is an eccentric high school student, who tries to live the life of a samurai in modern Japan. He is nearly invincible against villains, but he has one weakness - the sight of large female breasts make his nose bleed. A new male student enters the class (he comes to school in a fighter jet), and the two boys clash over a girl. This is not so much a story as a loose collection of vignettes. There are the efforts of Takeshi's school female friends to immunize him against nosebleeding. Many fights between the high-tech rich new student and true-believer samurai Takeshi. There's a panty burglar, a plan to foil some foolish bank robbers, cooperative effort to make a movie, and even a marriage proposal to Takeshi's mother by a senior yakuza.

The film starts out as low teen sex farce (pretty tame stuff, though - just an occasional flash of bosoms), and jumps from story to story with little sense. The quality varies from extremely funny farce to very forced and flat. The acting is unrestrained, as it should be.

Overall, not a bad no-brainer.


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